Sundar Pichai had plenty to say over at SXSW, and one of the biggest announcements he made was the imminent arrival of a wearables SDK.
Version 9.0 of SAP Business One for SAP HANA has been revealed, a flexible and scalable big data analysis solution for small to midsize enterprises.
The Twitter owned service has introduced a new set of guidelines that limit the sharing of sexually explicit content on the video-sharing app.
Developers have begun receiving the first beta of Mavericks 10.9.3 and it allows Mac OS X to be run at a pixel-doubled “Retina” resolution with some machines allowing for 60Hz refresh rate.
We talk to Gigya about how logging in using social media is set to change the way businesses interact with their customers, allowing companies to collect more data on their needs than ever before.
This week’s spillage of Microsoft software comes from, well, Redmond itself, as the first major update to Windows 8.1 is leaked onto the net.
Do you ever feel like people just don't understand you? Well, now there's an app for that. Developer Emotient said that its app will be most useful for retailers looking to improve customer service.
Google today rolled out an update to its Gmail app for iOS that adds background app refresh, so you no longer have to wait to get your messages.
Event planning startup Eventbrite hopes to entice promoters with a new reserved-seating feature that allows organisers to set the order in which their tickets are sold.
Inmarsat’s certified application providers will use Apigee’s APIs in order to produce apps that take advantage of Apigee’s Edge cloud based service.
There's a new site offering up an "important update" for Flash which is so determined to have you download something it'll launch no less than three pop-up prompts at once. Don't get caught out!